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Course Number: WRIT 027, Spring 2012

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Wachtel, Albert. "Introduction, The First Trinity." The Cracked Lookingglass: James Joyce and the Nightmare of History. Selinsgrove: Susquehanna UP, 1992. 15-38. Print. Proposition: Joyces work is more closely related to daily experience than written history. Goal: The goal is to show that Dubliners has no factual base but instead contains accidental occurrences. Plan: The plan is to offer background...

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Albert. Wachtel, "Introduction, The First Trinity." The Cracked Lookingglass: James Joyce and the Nightmare of History. Selinsgrove: Susquehanna UP, 1992. 15-38. Print. Proposition: Joyces work is more closely related to daily experience than written history. Goal: The is goal to show that Dubliners has no factual base but instead contains accidental occurrences. Plan: The plan is to offer background information on Joyces life and his works. Then Wachtel opens the book with a proposition. He provides evidence for his statement and quotes kno

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